Ontario East Marine Surveys Kingston

Ontario East Marine Surveys Kingston, boat surveys located near Kingston, Ontario, Canada and operating in all Eastern Ontario.

Toronto, Ottawa, Manotick, Kemptville, Brockville, Belleville, Trenton, Whitby, Morrisburg, Lancaster, Cornwall, Picton, Pickering, Oshawa, Cobourg, Brighton, Napanee, Peterborough, Newborough, Sharbot Lake, Smiths Falls, Smith Falls, Perth, Verona, Nepean, Carleton Place, Gananoque, Ivy Lea, Rockport, Prescott, Long Sault, Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence River, 1000 Islands and all Eastern Ontario.

Toll Free: 1-866-353-9609

Kingston area: 613-353-6470

Captain Richard Trainor, qualifications

Approved surveyor on Ontario's accepted insurance surveyor's list.
Insured to work in municipal marinas.

Insurance Marine Surveys
Pre-purchase Marine Surveys
Yachts and small craft
Hull and machinery
Marine insurance claims
Surveys for Transport Canada Inspected Small Commercial Vessels
Belt gauging for Transport Canada Inspected Commercial 5 year hull inspections
Ultrasound for fiberglass, steel and aluminum hulls
Engine condition surveys and failure analysis
Moisture Analysis Surveys

Brewers Mills, Kingston, Ontario


Kingston, Ontario Marine Industry

The Kingston Marine Industry has a proud heritage based on its location at the union of Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence River and the Cataraqui River that is part of the Rideau Canal, the Unesco Heritage Site that runs from Kingston to Ottawa, Ontario.

Places of interest in Kingston include

Kingston's beautiful waterfront has a view of the modern wind farm being created on Wolfe Island. Kingston is the fresh water sailing capital of the world because of the strong prevailing westerly wind favoured by sailers. This extraordinary wind attracts sail boats from all over the world for events such as the Canadian Olympic Regatta Kingston. Wolfe Island, Kingston is
an obvious choice for a wind farm.

The west end of the 1000 island is located in the St. Lawrence River off Fort Henry. The 1000 Islands attract thousands of boats to the Kingston area.

Fort Henry is considered to be part of the Rideau Canal construction that has been designated as a Unesco Heritage Site. The Rideau Canal is a popular vacation route for visitors to boat between Kingston and Ottawa, Ontario.

Along the waterfront of Kingston, Ontario you can find the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes and its popular floating bed and breakfast. The Alexander Henry is a retired Coast Guard ice breaker and has just had a hull survey, including underwater, completed. You should arrange as far in advance as possible if you want to book overnight ship board accommodations on this boat.

Alexander Henry, Kingston, Ontario

The Marine Museum is located at the old dry dock. Ships were brought in to be refurbished and sent on their way after marine surveys and safety checks.

Kingston Dry Dock, Kingston, Ontario

Ships were also refurbished in the locks. The locks could be emptied and used like a dry dock. These big boats and barges were repaired and had marine surveys conducted before sending them back to work. The original land surveys for the construction of this great waterway was conducted by Colonel John By of the Royal British Engineers.


Kingston, Ontario is also home of the tall ship St. Lawrence II. This Brigantine trains many young adults to be avid sailors. This boat is another favourite part of Kingston's beautiful and vibrant waterfront. Hundreds of sail boats can be seen, during the warmer months, participating in sailing lessons and regattas. People might also be just enjoying the scenery, water and the view of
Kingston and Wolfe Island. Of course, the power boats and poker runs are popular activities in a marine city. Fishing boats are out there too. Swimmers, rowers, dragon boats and sail boarders are there taking advantage of the entertainment and wonderful scenery.

What cannot be seen in the Kingston scenery is the many ship wrecks hiding on the bottom of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. Divers and historians completing surveys of the sunken boats can be seen anchored throughout the area. They are looking at generally known wrecks and always hoping to find a new one, as well as, enjoying the underwater marine life not obvious to the average Kingston boat enthusiate.

Kingston, Ontario has a varied and vibrant marine industry attracting boaters and their various boats to the local marinas and boat builders. It has always been a major crossroads for people coming to this country. Before the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway, Kingston was used for the shipping of goods and people travelling on a steam boat such as the MV Kingston, MV Toronto or the Rapid Prince and Princess, opening the route to the Great Lakes.




Ontario East Marine Surveys
Inverary, ON K0H 1X0
Kingston area: 1-613-353-6470
Toll Free: 1-866-353-9609
email: marinesurvey@kos.net

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